D is for Using Difference on Social Media

D is for Using Difference on Social Media

D is for Using Difference on Social Media Welcome to the last in the ‘Use Your Loaf’ blog series. We have discussed Branding, Relationship, Echo and Alignment and we will round off the B.R.E.A.D. acronym with D for Difference. Difference can be a real NO!...
A is for Using Alignment on Social Media

A is for Using Alignment on Social Media

A is for Using Alignment on Social Media This is the sixth blog in my graphic design series “Use Your Loaf”. Alignment for social media graphics is essentially no different from an alignment in print, except that the area is smaller. Nothing should ever be...
E is for Using Echo on Social Media

E is for Using Echo on Social Media

E is for Using Echo on Social Media Echo is one of the basic principles of branding that professional graphic designers use without thinking, but amateur designers seem to go out of their way to avoid. Let me explain… Conventional thinking leads us to believe that you...
How to make your own Valentine’s Day Posts on Canva

How to make your own Valentine’s Day Posts on Canva

How to make your own Valentine’s Day Posts on Canva Do you wish you could design your own social media images but don’t know how? It’s easy to Be Your Own Graphic Designer using our unique images and Canva’s Free graphics software! I usually post videos, but...
R is for Using Design Relationships on Social Media

R is for Using Design Relationships on Social Media

R is for Using Design Relationships on Social Media In graphic design, elements which are related to each other in some way should always be visually grouped together. This is known as forming Design Relationships. Doing this makes it easier for the viewer to...

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